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FODMAP preferance of bacterias differentiated and their sensitivities to different antibacterials

Commented on June 13, 2014
Created June 12, 2014 at 7:50 PM

How do different bacteria use different FODMAPs, or FODMAPs ? Do FODMAPs or some FODMAPs increase the numbers of some bacterias more than others ? Can we make a generalization like gram negative bacteria growth is less responsive to FODMAPs, or some fodmaps, let's say fructose, than gram positive bacteria growth ?

How would you choose antibacterials among natural alternatives (like garlic oil, berberine, thyme oil, clove oil) to which gram positive and gram negative bacteria have different sensitivities and resistances ?

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Grok never ever could have seen isolated fructose or any sort of fermentable fibers or eat too much jerusalem artichoke or allium vegetables that stop eating with the taste, if digestive health did not become a problem.

Grok is lucky to have a convenient hunting area and hunting skills...

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on June 13, 2014
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Grok no stomp tiny bugs. No see them. Grok go hunting now......

47cbd166d262925037bc6f9a9265eb20

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on June 13, 2014
at 08:15 AM

Grok never ever could have seen isolated fructose or any sort of fermentable fibers or eat too much jerusalem artichoke or allium vegetables that stop eating with the taste, if digestive health did not become a problem.

Grok is lucky to have a convenient hunting area and hunting skills...

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